A Modified Multi-Secret Sharing Visual Cryptography Scheme

  title={A Modified Multi-Secret Sharing Visual Cryptography Scheme},
  author={Bin Yu and Zhengxin Fu and Liguo Fang},
  journal={2008 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Security},
A modified threshold visual cryptography scheme (k, l, n)-VCS is proposed, which is used to analyze the relationship between the pixel expansion and the range of the participants¿ number. Based on (k, l, n)-VCS, a more precise definition of multi-secret sharing visual cryptography scheme is given, and a new method is presented. Experimental results demonstrate that both pixel expansion and relative difference of this method are better than those of the previous ones. 

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